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Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“To say [my vet] was amazed would be an understatement”

I took Daisy to the vet last Friday just so he could see the amazing progress we had made. When he opened the door to call me in to his consulting room, he had a serious look on his face. But when he saw Daisey he was absolutely astounded. He said the serious face was because, he’d seen Daisy booked in for an appointment and thought it was the “dreaded appointment” for the start of the process to have her put to sleep. He was also unsure of the state she would be in due to the aggressive nature of her cancer.

To say he was amazed would be an understatement. He asked lots of questions and asked me to share all I have learned from you. I gladly gave him all the info, and he said there would be big discussions amongst the practice vets at their next meeting. He actually thanked me for what we had done with Daisy and for taking her there to show him! He also said that the T-Cell type cancer Daisy has, has only ever meant bad news for pets and their owners in the past. Amazing!!!!!!

Very best regards,
Jayne C.

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Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Thanks to your program [my dog] is happy again and enjoying life”

Ted, Thanks to your advice my dog Berner is doing really well, 3 months after her diagnosis of incurable “spindle cell” cancer. My vet and the oncologist at U.C. Davis both gave up on her, and said her cancer had metastasized into her lung area and she would soon be dead. That was mid-December ’07. But following your advice, I saw my local homeopathic vet who came up with a program that is really working.

Her energy is back, she is enjoying all the dog things, like jumping up to bark at a car coming down the driveway, participating in rivalries with our younger brother, etc.

Her appetite is good now, and… she has regained most of her previous weight. The tumors under her arm, which I can feel, are shrinking. But they are sort of hard now, like her body has walled them off with scar tissue. I don’t know for sure, because the regular vets don’t want to deal with her now.

But thanks to your program, she is happy again and enjoying life. Every day is a blessing with her companionship.

Many thanks from Napa Valley,

Teri S.

Time is Ticking…

When my dog Marty was first diagnosed with cancer a few years ago, I remember I was scared… and angry… and confused… and I felt so alone.

The “solutions” Marty’s original vet offered didn’t seem like solutions at all.

We’d hit him with weeks of radiation treatments… shrink the tumor (a bit)… and make him comfortable (for a while).

The total cost would be about $7,000, and for that he’d get 3 whole extra months of life

I asked if they could do any better and they said, No, unfortunately the cancer had advanced too far and that was the best they could do

Well for me – and for Marty…

That was not good enough!

I knew there had to be answers out there – if only I could figure out where to look.

So I found a new vet – I bought and read every book I could find – I asked friends and family for advice – and I scoured the internet for answers

And eventually (bit-by-bit), we found answers – and put together our team

It took us months of time and effort, but it was worth it…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Your book and bonus materials have given me hope when I thought there was none”

Hi Ted.

I was able to successfully download all the materials and in fact read them all that night. I’m very fortunate to have found your web page. The material and information you’ve compiled is extremely helpful.

Chewie, our 11 year old Golden, was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma last Friday. Based on the location (the upper part of his left arm), his age and because his rear legs aren’t what they used to be, the vet said that surgery is not advisable and we should just make him “comfortable” for his remaining 6 – 8 weeks. Our family cried a lot over this past weekend. Even my 16 year old son who always tries to show a brave face broke down and cried. And my 20 year old, who’s extremely close to Chewie, cried all night. I have tears in my eyes now as I recall my 11 year old daughter crying and hugging him and telling him she’s so sorry that there’s nothing she can do to make him better.

OK. I’m better now…

Your book and bonus materials have given me hope when I thought there was none. I’ve started him on a [cancer fighting] diet as well as some supplements [you recommend]. When I meet with my holistic vet I’ll hopefully have a better regimen. And I’ll be using your material as a starting point. At least now I feel better informed.

Thanks again for what you have done. Your story with Marty is truly inspiring.

Take care, John

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Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“When Max was diagnosed with cancer I felt like my whole life had crashed to the ground… until I read [your book] and since then my spirits and Max’s are high”

Dear Ted

I would just like to say that it has been so encouraging to read your book and receive support from your emails every day.

When Max was diagnosed with cancer two weeks ago I felt like my whole life had crashed to the ground.

I was devastated as he is only four and a half years old and a healthy strong German Shephard. I was so emotional until I read what you said about being positive in your book and since that day my spirits and Max’s are high. We are enjoying ourselves and he has especially taken to his raw meat diet.

I just wanted to say thank you.

Regards, Catherine

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Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Your book was essential in helping my dog on the right path. I would highly recommend your book to anyone who has a dog with cancer”

Ted

Actually, my dog Lilly is doing great. We are seeing a holistic vet for some of her herbal/diet issues and acupuncture. I will say that your book was essential in helping my dog on the right path. I would highly recommend your book to anyone who has a dog with cancer.

Thank you

Robin D. and Lilly

When you first learn your dog has cancer it can be terrifying…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“As Someone Who Has NEVER Gone Through Anything Like This…. You Were the Answer to Our Prayers…”

To begin, as someone who has NEVER gone through anything like this…. You were the answer to our prayers. My mind was so ‘jumbled’ and I was in shock and not able to function for the first few days. I didn’t know what our options were, and the questions were just starting… I got so physically ill, for almost a week and suddenly realized that I had better ‘pull myself together” and help my dog.

When my head ‘cleared’ I started looking on the internet, asking friends and making phone calls… The vet’s tune totally changed. He went totally holistic for Hershey… Now that the weather is getting nice and warmer, Hershey feels better. He is very alert and knows when someone is coming home or if I am coming into a room…..He’s very protective of me… he sees me coming and he gets up with tail wagging

Everything you said in your book is so true. I am so glad that as people get that ‘dreaded diagnosis’ they can go to your website and read the book and feel ‘whole’ again. I understand what you felt……that awful empty feeling of helplessness…… But now there is hope…

Everything in your book truly helped me. I have to give you credit – It took just one person, you, who was willing to set up a website and do as much research as you have and dealt with this personally and in turn help so many people…..For that I am eternally grateful.

I am feeling much better both physically and mentally. I don’t dwell on what he has…….We go on each day and don’t even think about it, we live life… That helps Hershey a lot. He yanked a cookie out of my hand tonight and I didn’t even see it coming!! He still thrills me!!

There is not one thing in your book that I could discount….. Keep up the good work and the rewards, I’m sure, are heart warming…

Thank you for all you help and I so appreciate you asking me how Hershey is and me…..

Christina

Even worse, chances are you have no idea what you can do to help…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Outstanding Book… Thanks For Making the Initial ‘Oh My Goodness What Am I Supposed to Do’ a Lot Easier”

Ted,

Thanks. I have read your book in whole. Outstanding book.

We have just started the diagnosis stage with Mike. During a routine vet visit the vet noticed his lymph glands were swollen both in his cheek area and in his leg area… They took a needle size (fine needle aspirate for cytology) sample… the next step will be x-rays to see how extensive the cancer is… Mikey does not show any sickness and does not display any pain or discomfort which was also a surprise to the vet. However Mikey has always had nothing but love and pain has never shown on him. At this time I am overwhelmed were to start. Take care and I wish you and Marty well.

Thanks again for making the initial “oh my goodness what am I supposed to do” a lot easier.

Robert

Your vet won’t sit down with you to tell you what you can expect…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“I Put Before Me on the Table All 102 Pages of Hope in Your Book…. and Compared it With the 2 Pages from My Vet Describing Sam’s Cancer with No Suggested Remedy but to Wait for the End….

You Know What Choice I Made… We Are Going to Fight this Thing and if We Lose Then it Wasn’t Because We Didn’t Try!”

Thanks so much Ted… I downloaded your book and listened to the interview tapes. I am so glad I purchased the book and in this regard….

I put before me on the table all 102 pages of hope in your book…. and compared it with the 2 pages from my Vet describing Sam’s Cancer with no suggested remedy but to wait for the end…. You know what choice I made and its simply that I refuse to wait for Sam’s passing and do nothing!!!

We are going to fight this thing and if we lose then it wasn’t because we didn’t try!

Hank

Your friends and family have no idea what to say…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Your Book and Bonus Materials Have Given Me Hope When I Thought There Was None”

Hi Ted.

I’m very fortunate to have found your web page. The material and information you’ve compiled is extremely helpful.

Chewie, our 11 year old Golden, was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma last Friday. Based on the location (the upper part of his left arm), his age and because his rear legs aren’t what they used to be, the vet said that surgery is not advisable and we should just make him “comfortable” for his remaining 6 – 8 weeks. Our family cried a lot over this past weekend. Even my 16 year old son who always tries to show a brave face broke down and cried. And my 20 year old, who’s extremely close to Chewie, cried all night. I have tears in my eyes now as I recall my 11 year old daughter crying and hugging him and telling him she’s so sorry that there’s nothing she can do to make him better.

OK. I’m better now…

Your book and bonus materials have given me hope when I thought there was none. I’ve started him on cancer fighting diet as well as some supplements you recommend. When I meet with my holistic vet I’ll hopefully have a better regimen. And I’ll be using your material as a starting point. At least now I feel better informed.

Thanks again for what you have done. Your story with Marty is truly inspiring.

Take care,

John

You can feel so very helpless and alone..

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Thank You For Being a Shelter in the Storm When I Was Bewildered With Shadow’s Cancer Diagnosis”

I think what you are doing to help dogs with cancer, and their owners, is a great thing.

Shadow is doing well at the moment. He had a nosectomy last December…Ouch!…but has really perked up since then. I’m still feeding him meds and supplements and a high protein/mostly raw diet, much of what I learned from you.

Thank you again for being a shelter in the storm when I was bewildered with the cancer diagnosis last August. Your book helped me sort through what to do, where to go, etc…

Blessings,
Carmen

And to make matters worse – you’d better act FAST and take action NOW… or your beautiful baby will soon be gone forever…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Your Book Was a Catalyst to Help Me Take Action”

Ted, I found your website last spring when my standard poodle, Midnight, was diagnosed with melanoma growing on his back leg. I had already started changing his diet a few months previously to a grain-free diet and had started adding some supplements.

With the diagnosis and with your information I started making additional changes, adding supplements from a company that my husband and I used for our own personal use.

When the doctors and surgeons said surgery was not an option because the tumors were too large and growing too fast, I consulted with a holistic veterinarian and made additional diet and supplement changes. Then we went to a animal cancer center in Dallas for treatment recommendation. We completed radiation and a melanoma vaccine series in early August.

Midnight’s tumors continue to shrink and are almost gone (they were huge when we started, the size of 2-3 small oranges on his leg.)

The doctors have been very pleased with Midnight’s progress. He hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down and we’ve built back up to walking 2-3 miles a day and eating and playing as if nothing had happened. We go next week for a chest x-ray to see if things have spread and I’m very optimistic that we will not see anything. I have been thankful that I have been able to afford the treatments, supplements and diet changes (including making my own food.)

Your book was a catalyst to help me take action with Midnight and I know that the outcome might have been different but I also know that your information allowed me to take steps that gave Midnight every opportunity and that along with the treatments have given him a very successful outcome.

Thank you for your help.

Peggy F

But there’s a HUGE difference between taking the RIGHT actions and the WRONG actions for your dog.

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Your Book Was Essential in Helping My Dog on the Right Path. I Would Highly Recommend Your Book to Anyone Who Has a Dog With Cancer”

Ted

Actually, my dog Lilly is doing great. We are seeing a holistic vet for some of her herbal/diet issues and acupuncture.

I will say that your book was essential in helping my dog on the right path. I would highly recommend your book to anyone who has a dog with cancer.

Thank you.

Robin D. and Lilly

And that can be the difference for how long you get to have with your best friend…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“I Can’t Thank You Enough for all of Your Advice and Leads as to Where to Go and What to Do… You Are an Inspiration!”

Well, after much stress and no sleep for almost a month Fillmore started treatment last Thursday at the “City of Angels” animal hospital…

I can’t thank you enough for all of your advice and leads as to where to go and what to do. You are an inspiration to all of us pet owners who have had a pet who has never been sick a day in his life and then gets “The Big Kahuna.” You will be blessed in many ways for your kindness and giving.

The hope you have given to me and I am sure to many others, has at times in the last 4 weeks been all that I have been able to hold onto.

Thank You… You have been our Angel of Light & Hope…

Linle & Fillmore

Do the wrong things (which sadly, in many cases, includes following the advice and recommendations of your current vet) – and you can start saying your goodbyes now, because it’s only a matter of time…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“It’s So Heartening to Meet Someone Who Offers Hope When My Surgeon Just Sent Us Home with Pain Meds to Keep Her Comfortable Until She Dies”

Thank you for your website. I ordered and read your book and was fortunate to have found a local homeopathic vet to treat my 11 yr old female cocker who has an inoperable sarcoma in her abdomen.

We are on a special combination of cancer meds to hopefully help my dog fight what is going on in her body. It is so heartening to meet a vet who offers hope when my surgeon just sent us home with pain meds to keep her comfortable until she dies. The medicine regimen seems to be perking her up.. Thanks goodness she still has her appetite. We go back for our second visit next week.

I am very impressed with the awareness of this vet [and] with this holistic approach to medicine and will continue to pursue this type of care for all my animals.

Pat

But once you know the right things to do, you and your dog can have more high energy, high quality time together than you may have thought possible…

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Thanks to Your Program My Dog is Happy Again and Enjoying Life”

Ted, Thanks to your advice my dog Berner is doing really well, 3 months after her diagnosis of incurable “spindle cell” cancer. My vet and the oncologist at U.C. Davis both gave up on her, and said her cancer had metastasized into her lung area and she would soon be dead. That was mid-December ’07. But following your advice, I saw my local homeopathic vet who came up with a program that is really working.

Her energy is back, she is enjoying all the dog things, like jumping up to bark at a car coming down the driveway, participating in rivalries with our younger brother, etc.

Her appetite is good now, and… she has regained most of her previous weight. The tumors under her arm, which I can feel, are shrinking. But they are sort of hard now, like her body has walled them off with scar tissue. I don’t know for sure, because the regular vets don’t want to deal with her now.

But thanks to your program, she is happy again and enjoying life. Every day is a blessing with her companionship.

Many thanks from Napa Valley,

Teri S.

I call it “Bonus Time” (time you get to share with your dog long past the “Expiration Date” that everyone else seems so anxious to stamp on your dog’s life…)

Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“Still Alive After 7 Months [Now 12 Months] With No Chemo, When the Projections Given Were 1 to 2 Months”

Just a thank you, Ted. Your book and research assisted me tremendously in treating Zeke’s osteosarcoma. He is still alive after 7 months with no chemo, when the projections given to us were 1-2 months without chemo or 6 months with chemo. I did add a few items such as R’s osteosarcoma mix and maritime pine extract.

A heartfelt thank-you to you again.

Wendy

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Unsolicited Testimonial from a Fighting Canine Cancer Reader (Record on File)

“I Feel I Can Treat What He Has Now, as Opposed to Waiting For His Condition to Deteriorate”

I felt the need to write and let you know that I downloaded the book on Friday. My lovely brown sharpei-lab Ting, who used to be 85 pounds, was diagnosed with cancer on October 24, 2008. The vet said it is Melanoma and there is nothing to be done for Ting except possibly taking the tumor out of his tongue which she said still wouldn’t save or prolong his life. And I am not sure he could recover from such an operation.

I have ordered several of the tonic items you suggest, online and the vet is ordering the vet immune tabs for me. I will go to the health food store tomorrow to get some of the other items…

Thank you for all you have done and for giving me the ability to take action for my pup. I feel I can treat what he has now as opposed to waiting for his condition to deteriorate. I hope to build his strength and have his company for longer than expected. Our other dogs and my daughter hope for the same.

Kind regards,

Alex and Ting

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Remember – time is ticking, and cancer is a killer.

It’s working right now in the background, trying to grow and overtake your dog.

Now, there’s no need to panic, but you do need to take action. Because the longer you wait, the more time the cancer has to grow, and the harder it’s going to be for your dog to fight back.

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